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Breakdown 037

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Bill Driver did not know the name of this tune. The first part is taken from "Kitty O'Neill," a jig published by Howe and appearing in most books of jigs and reels since then. The second part is of unknown origin. The first part of "Kitty O'Neill" is also the first part of "Jack of Diamonds," a tune played by some fiddlers in West Texas.

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